German shorthaired pointer

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German shorthaired pointer

a medium- to large-sized gun dog with pendulous ears, docked tail and very short haircoat that is liver- or black-colored in solid, spotted or ticked patterns. It is used as a retriever and pointer. The breed is affected by an inherited GM2 gangliosidosis.
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German shorthair pointers are the most common pointing dogs and labradors are the favorite flushing dogs in Southern California, but many other breeds competed.
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He (or she) would start at one end of the field, with either a German Shorthair Pointer or maybe a Brittany working slightly ahead, trying to pick up the scent of a hiding pheasant in the brush and sage.
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GERMAN SHORTHAIR POINTER PUPPIES, STARTED, & FINISHED DOGS - LIMITED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING: Family raised on a Hunting Preserve.

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